"I have just about had it!"
It is simply common sense. Ordinary, common sense: "The pope has not, will not, and cannot change Revelation. Some claim that the pope has changed the foundations of Church morality and has relativized the sacrament of Holy Matrimony. This he would not and cannot do."
So many act and speak as if the Church is teaching error, claiming the pope is a heretic, or a Protestant, or writing essays that the Church has become Anglicanized, and they talk defacto schism for clicks and donations and subscriptions to their more Catholic than the Church online magazines. Their stuff cannot be said to be part of the sensus fidelium.
"The pope has not, will not, and cannot change Revelation."
Cardinal Müller: The true intention of the apostolic exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, was to place at the center the full, complete biblical message concerning marriage as a sacrament and a way of life. In addition, it aimed to take into consideration those who, on account of various circumstances, have failed or have run into trouble, so that we would not say: “Here are those who do everything right, whereas the others do not belong to us.”
We want everyone to walk along the path of Christ’s followers, and we wish to be of assistance so that this path might be understood and put into practice.
In this sense, each debate or contention is good. This has one negative aspect, though. Namely, the debate boils down to only one issue, while other major and vital subjects raised are brushed aside. It generates small division and concern when one hears the question: “What do you think about Holy Communion for divorcees who are living in non-sacramental unions?”
We can approach this question only from the perspective of the fullness of the teaching of the Church. The pope has not, will not, and cannot change Revelation. Some claim that the pope has changed the foundations of Church morality and has relativized the sacrament of Holy Matrimony. This he would not and cannot do. - Source
Tomorrow is Divine Mercy Sunday. Go to confession.